THE KING AND HIS COUNTY by George Motz

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Politics, power, prestige, and nepotism all come into play when Sheriff Benjamin Kingman, (The King of Park County, Wisconsin!) tries to investigate a series of strange murders in normally placid Park County. To some, he is a relic of the past and to others, he is a bridge to a new and modern police force, but King is always the King! And Park County is his backyard! Aided by three trusted deputies, two of the old school and one from the new school of law enforcement, King slowly and methodically follows some long forgotten and buried clues, buried under money, power and politics, to try to solve his problems. Powerful old money families, and political rivals try to influence, detour and sabotage the King's efforts, but he keeps up his efforts, seeking his only goal, the truth. And along the way, King finds something more, he finds himself!
 

About George Motz

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Motz grew up in Northern Wisconsin during the 1940-50's. He attended Northland College. He has been a farmer, teacher, editor, columnist, researcher, private and corporate investigator, resturanteer, and nurseryman. He is disabled and retired, living on his farm and tending his orchards, vineyards, and gardens.
 
Published November 9, 2006 by iUniverse, Inc.. 252 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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